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Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney will chair a “panel of respected figures” from outside the industry set up to appoint a chairman of the council and to ratify the appointment of its chief executive. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

A new standards body for British bankers will be launched this year, with a chairman appointed by an independent panel led by Bank of England governor(...)

Fiat shares tumbled the most since August 2011

European stocks were little changed yesterday as disappointing earnings from Fiat to Société Générale offset a rally in Crédit Agricole after its prof(...)

HSBC, Europe’s largest bank, said first-quarter profit fell 20 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg

HSBC, Europe’s largest bank, said first-quarter profit fell 20 per cent, as gains from asset sales dwindled and investment- banking revenue slipped. P(...)

46 St Stephen’s Green: one of four office investments in south inner city offered for sale on behalf of Bank of Scotland (Ireland)

Commercial Property EditorOne of the top performing pension funds IPUT is the front runner to buy a high-profile office building at the junction of St(...)

Alan Duffy has been appointed HBSC’s new chief executive for Ireland.

HSBC has named its new chief executive for its Irish business, with its head of corporate banking Alan Duffy taking up the role. The current chief exe(...)

European golf will struggle to maintain its market share as people opt for alternative ways to spend their leisure time, the head of the R&(...)

Mason Hayes & Curran managing partner Declan Black said that despite the upturn in the economy downward pressure on legal fees remains  a feature of the firm’s business. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Law firm Mason Hayes & Curran increased its turnover by 8 per cent to €48 million in 2013 following a strong finish to the year d(...)

Workers process laptop accessories at a factory in Dazu, Chongqing Municipality. China’s factory activity shrank for the fourth straight month in April, signalling economic weakness into the second quarter. Photo: Reuters

China’s factory activity shrank for the fourth straight month in April, signalling economic weakness into the second quarter, a preliminary su(...)

New research from agent JLL reports that turnover in the Irish commercial property investment market reached over €1bn in the first quarter of (...)

China has gradually eased restrictions on the yuan as part of broader economic reforms. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

Before we begin this week’s column, Asia Briefing needs to deliver a little lesson about wh(...)

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